|Interviewing Philippine Internees 1945 - United States. War Department|
BPR 1083 Interviewing Philippine Internees 1945 War Department Bureau of Public Relations film, no. 1083 National archives description: "Each reel shows U.S. POW and civilian internees, recently released from Japanese camps in the Philippines, being interviewed. In addition, reel 1 shows facilities in a hospital tent and nurses taking temperatures; reel 2 shows cases of jungle rot; reel 3 shows explosions in Manila as pockets of Japanese resistance are mopped up, and liberated civilian internees...
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